This story has been updated with new developments that include news channel 5 confirming door-to-door questioning of Tennessee citizens about their stored food, as well as the cannery in question here now reversing their original account and saying it never happened. Read those developments at: http://www.naturalnews.com/034381_T...
Here is the original story as posted:
As was the plan all along, the so-called "War on Terror" has officially devolved into a war on the American people (http://www.naturalnews.com/034321_w...).
This was clearly illustrated by the recent traitorous passage of the egregious National Defense Authorization Act by the US Congress (http://www.naturalnews.com/034302_i...).
But in order to fully implement the ultimate goal of total control and
tyranny, the federal government is now actively collecting the names of
individuals that are preparing for the future by buying and storing
emergency food supplies.
Oath Keepers, an association of
active servicemen devoted to upholding their oath of guarding the
republic and protecting individual liberty, has reported that federal
agents recently paid a visit to a Latter Day Saints food storage cannery
in Tennessee (http://oathkeepers.org/oath/2011/12...).
Though they had no reason to be there, these agents allegedly
interrogated the facility's manager and demanded to see a list of
customers that had purchased, and were storing, food there.
Tennessee Chapter President Rand Cardwell confirmed the incident,
according to reports, as he is in close contact with a fellow veteran
who happens to store his own food at the facility in question. According
to the man's account, agents entered the facility and began demanding
payment records and personal information for everyone connected with the
"The manager informed the agents that the facility
kept no such records and that all transactions were conducted on a
cash-and-carry basis," Cardwell is quoted as saying, concerning the
incident. "The agents pressed for any record of personal checks, credit
card transactions, etc., but the manager could provide no such record.
The agents appeared to become very agitated and after several minutes of
questioning finally left with no information."
Watch the full interview between Steward Rhodes and Alex Jones at:
unprovoked act of intimidation is highly concerning, but it is also
somewhat contradictory. On the one hand, the federal government has been
instilling fear into the American public for years, and has even made
announcements urging the public to be prepared. But on the other hand,
this same government is now pursuing those who are heeding these
precautions as if they are terrorists.
suggests the government might be trying to gather intelligence on
food-storing Americans in order to later come and confiscate that food,
or worse -- after all, freedom-loving patriots who are preparing for
social upheaval are a threat to the power structure that seeks to
tighten the noose of tyranny around the neck of society.
You can read the entire account of the incident at: